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Black and white Christmas 2012
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http://revija.dominstil.si/ http://rivista.casaetrend.it/ Black and white Christmas decoration. Washi tape red tree.
tape used for temporary holiday decorating
This is also a good strategy for temporary holiday decorating.
tree is a bold holiday graphic in red. Check out the assortment of patterned tapes available and use them to create a “predecorated” tree.
Holiday spirit. Decorative tape can be
Use washi tape to make a temporary holiday design. Would this work on windows?
This is also a good strategy for temporary holiday decorating.
Wonderful Winter DecorationsWashi tape — decorative Japanese tape made of paper — is a great tool for kid-friendly decor. I love how this homeowner made a simple vignette with a washi tape tree on the wall. It is easy to use, is incredibly
“Christmas tree from lines” — margobs
Jay Greene Photography
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Elevations
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Gorgeous Victorian home decorated for the holidays
Okay, maybe not quite my house, but isn't this just the most charming traditional holiday Victorian ever ???
Nice old brick house decorated for Christmas
1. Put up holiday decorations. If you like to decorate for the holidays, now is the time! Dig out the Christmas lights and test them early in the month, so you have ample time to replace nonworking
set your alarm system if you use one and keep the area around your house well-lit and your bushes trimmed back.A Contractor’s Secrets to Hanging Holiday Decor
exterior lights, wreaths and swags, being sure to use only exterior-rated lights, and plug them in safely to an outside outlet if possible.2. Plan for holiday home safety. With night falling earlier this month, and many people headed out of town, it pays to be extra safety-conscious — whether or not you are
“Gingerbread possibilities” — marylee456
It's The Little Things...
Our Living Room Mantel - Christmas 2010...
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This is exactly how I would like to decorate my Mantle for the holidays.
blog used a grapevine garland to create a beautiful rustic mantel decor: Read the complete story here »
Seasonal decorations. There are some things that simply resist all attempts at purging. Holiday and other seasonal decorations fall smack into that category. Many small homes are also shy on storage
“Christmas” — laraontherun
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anor-Home-traditional-exterior-denver http://www.houzz.com/photos/460551/Front-Fa-ade-traditional-exterior-san-francisco Best of luck with your decorating and please let us know if we can be of any assistance, Elizabeth Cabell, ASID, CID Cabell Design Studio
Go sophisticated with your outdoor decorations by using evergreens, red berries and other wintertime plants. Do you decorate with winter berries? Upload a photo below!More: Naturally Beautifully Holiday Décor50 Inspiring Holiday Decorating IdeasHoliday Decorating, Old-School StyleWreaths for Indoors
l entry has holiday curb appeal around the front door.If you need some inspiration to get started, check out 10 Easy Decorating Ideas for a Festive Entryway. If you already have a scheme in mind but aren't sure how to execute it, don't miss A Contractor's Secrets to Hanging Holiday Decor. When you're
“Entry Door Color” — cjcecil43
Portico Design Group
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solo
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8. Put away holiday decorations the right way. Commit to putting away holiday decor properly this year, and your future self will thank you. Wind Christmas lights around flat pieces of cardboard and stack the cardboard pieces in a box. Wrap delicate ornaments in tissue paper and pack them gently into
pack less-fragile decorations in boxes with dividers meant for glassware. Old egg cartons are the perfect size and shape for storing small ornaments. Keep all of your holiday decor together, and label the boxes clearly.Tell us: What home projects would you like to tackle over the holiday break?
“Lucite table” — Claudia Corrado
It's The Little Things...
Thanksgiving Mantel - 2010
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Around 40"! That's only a little over 3 feet high! If you don't mind me asking, how tall is your mantle from the floor up? And on a different note, your decor on your mantle is what encouraged me to ask! I LOVE the grapevine "garland"! Everything about it is warm and homey!! Thanks for letting me "talk" your
Thanksgiving decor!! Especially Love the chest in front of the fireplace
While you're out collecting leaves, grab a few extra to adorn your mantel. Twigs and leaves add a natural, whimsical element to existing fall decor and give your children a fun way to put their stamp on your home.
“Everything” — angvan19
Your Space By Design
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Christmas Decor
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Holiday door decor
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“Holiday door decor” — glhagan
Sara Bates
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What do you like about this photo?You have: An outdated atlas Make: A rosette wreath Looking for a quick, easy and free holiday decoration you can whip up this weekend? You’re in luck — this
Make: A rosette wreath Looking for a quick, easy and free holiday decoration you can whip up this weekend? You’re in luck — this paper rosette can be made using any sort of
You have: An outdated atlas Make: A rosette wreath Looking for a quick, easy and free holiday decoration you can whip up this weekend? You’re in luck — this paper rosette can be made using any sort of paper you have lying around, from maps (an old
You have: An outdated atlasMake: A rosette wreathLooking for a quick, easy and free holiday decoration you can whip up this weekend? You’re in luck — this paper rosette can be made using any sort of paper you have lying around, from maps (an old atlas would be ideal) to letters, newspapers, book pages
“Wreath. Use scrapbook paper. Use glitter on edges.” — buffys
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